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Poster: dennisfromhillsdale Date: Oct 3, 2013 4:09am
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: A Treasure Chest of Sitcom Gold!

RE: http://archive.org/post/284804/a-treasure-chest-of-sitcom-gold

I don't hear "The Donna Reed Show" theme (also known as "Happy Day") in the fourth or fifth track in the set of tracks from that second link. Please explain more fully.

Supposedly the Screen Gems television series' used lots of music cues from the Theme Craft (the "TC" series of cues)division of Capitol Records' Hi-Q library.

I also read on another website that Screen Gems music supervisor Irving Friedman directed "The Donna Reed Show" theme only be used in broadcast TV by that series, although the cue was allowed to continue being used in industrial films.

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Poster: B. Stockwell Date: Oct 3, 2013 6:33am
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: A Treasure Chest of Sitcom Gold!

Sorry for the confusion. Somehow, there's a misdirection going on here - possibly because there are multiple uploads of this material with different catalog numbers. You'll find the Donna Reed piece - I hope! - listed as Tracks 4 and 5, "4-TC-430 Domestic" and "5-TC-430A Domestic", on this page:

http://archive.org/details/Seely-Loose

Thank you for noticing this error.